Monthly Archives: March 2008

Blog Content: Values and Strategy

I want this blog to be open-ended. I don’t want to make content for a defined goal, in the traditional sense of writing to serve the audience of a niche. I want my “niche” to be my fascination with how … Continue reading

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A Quick First Look at WordPress 2.5

Yesterday WordPress 2.5 became the latest stable release. I upgraded… and it was good. If you want to get a sneak peek before performing the deed yourself, head on over to the WordPress 2.5 announcement. You’ll see that wordpress.org has … Continue reading

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Social Media: Can Broken be Better?

A while ago I noticed something slightly broken about the StumbleUpon toolbar. The send-to function doesn’t always make it all the way through to the recipient. It can take hours, or seem to vanish completely. StumbleUpon Toolbar with a sent … Continue reading

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Server Problems

My server has been having ” intermittent problems” since the 18th of this month. At first, because it would come and go, I thought I was having a problem with my Internet access. After calling tech support and emailing ye … Continue reading

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Passion as a Content Development Strategy

I’ve been reading and writing a lot about developing a personal sense of branding and identity since the first week of January. Before getting too busy with planned content generation for my new blog I wanted to feel out what … Continue reading

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Personal Branding, Personal Connection

All branding that works is personal, because it makes some sort of personal connection. Sometimes personal is manufactured. Betty Crocker was a creation that represented a corporate brand. Sometimes, “personal” seems to spontaneously ooze from the people behind the brand. … Continue reading

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Examining Print Style Sheets

What is a print style sheet? A print style sheet controls which parts of a web page print, with what formatting. Why do I need one? Most or all sidebar navigation is not needed to get the most out of … Continue reading

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What I’m Doing Instead of Attending SES-NY

Dazzlin Donna has inspired me. …let’s pull this baby back to what I was originally talking about. Content. Giving users what they crave. Right…now we’re back. I’m going to spend a fair amount of time on just this one topic, … Continue reading

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I Dream of Way Cool Blog Posts, but it’s not what you think

Soooo, at about 9:00 Friday evening I was working on a blog post, not this blog post, aaaand thought I’d take a little Stumble break before polishing it off. The next thing I knew it was after 1:00 am Saturday … Continue reading

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No Rest For The Dyslexic

Yesterday, or earlier today, or at some point before I got going this yesterday morning… scratch that. Starting over: I re-set my clock for daylight savings time. Or I thought I did. In reality, I set it an hour behind … Continue reading

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